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Things are going well in Montenegro at the moment, according to Komnenic Law Office Managing Partner Milos Komnenic, a function not only of the country’s stable political situation, with the current government elected in November 2016, and President Milo Dukanovic elected in April of this year, but more significantly as the result of the country’s June 2017 entrance into NATO.

On Thursday, November 30th, leading legal practitioners from across Central and Eastern Europe gathered in Prague to help CEE Legal Matters celebrate its fourth successful year as the leading chronicle of the legal industry in the region, participating in an expert Round Table conversation about the year just concluded and enjoying an evening of dinner, drinks, and bonhomie. 

Recent buzz in Montenegro, according to Komnenic Managing Partner Milos Komnenic, revolves primarily around new and proposed legislation in the country, including a newly-adopted Law on Spatial Planning and Construction of Objects, as well as the proposed new Law on Commercial Companies and new Labor Law, both of which are undergoing public debate.